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Marketers Learn to Work With the Machines

Despite AI’s promise to help marketers reach consumers in ways that are better, faster and cheaper, executives can wind up wasting time and money when they actually try it.
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Marketers Learn to Work With the Machines

Despite AI’s promise to help marketers reach consumers in ways that are better, faster and cheaper, executives can wind up wasting time and money when they actually try it.

Huawei's New Playbook in Washington: Drop PR, Hire Lawyers

Chinese cellular-technology giant Huawei is relying on a team of recently hired American lawyers to defend itself from an onslaught of accusations and restrictions emanating from Washington.
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Huawei's New Playbook in Washington: Drop PR, Hire Lawyers

Chinese cellular-technology giant Huawei is relying on a team of recently hired American lawyers to defend itself from an onslaught of accusations and restrictions emanating from Washington.

Russians Took Aim at Black Voters in 2016 to Boost Trump

A Russian influence campaign used a range of social-media platforms to suppress African-American voter turnout and boost Trump, according to studies commissioned by the Senate.
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Russians Took Aim at Black Voters in 2016 to Boost Trump

A Russian influence campaign used a range of social-media platforms to suppress African-American voter turnout and boost Trump, according to studies commissioned by the Senate.

Google Details Major New York Expansion

The search giant is joining Amazon and Apple in growing outside the West Coast and has announced plans to lease a large office building in Manhattan’s West Village. Google also plans to invest $1 billion in the campus, which will also include two nearby bui
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Google Details Major New York Expansion

The search giant is joining Amazon and Apple in growing outside the West Coast and has announced plans to lease a large office building in Manhattan’s West Village. Google also plans to invest $1 billion in the campus, which will also include two nearby buildings.

Elon Musk's New Boring Co. Faced Questions Over SpaceX Financial Ties

Elon Musk’s tunnel-digging venture, the Boring Co., is the latest to be drawn into the billionaire entrepreneur’s tradition of spreading overlapping resources across his growing technology empire. On Tuesday, the Tesla chief is set to unveil a test tunne
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Elon Musk's New Boring Co. Faced Questions Over SpaceX Financial Ties

Elon Musk’s tunnel-digging venture, the Boring Co., is the latest to be drawn into the billionaire entrepreneur’s tradition of spreading overlapping resources across his growing technology empire. On Tuesday, the Tesla chief is set to unveil a test tunnel developed by the Boring Co., the first of what Mr. Musk imagines as a futuristic series of high-speed underground highways to alleviate traffic.

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Names First Investing Chief

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have hired a senior investor from Princeton University’s endowment as the first investing chief for their philanthropic arm.
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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Names First Investing Chief

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, have hired a senior investor from Princeton University’s endowment as the first investing chief for their philanthropic arm.

GE Powered the American Century---Then It Burned Out

The company that was once America’s biggest and most admired, the maker of power turbines, the seller of insurance, the broadcaster of “Seinfeld,” has become a shadow of its former self. This is the story of how generations of managers, who thought the
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GE Powered the American Century---Then It Burned Out

The company that was once America’s biggest and most admired, the maker of power turbines, the seller of insurance, the broadcaster of “Seinfeld,” has become a shadow of its former self. This is the story of how generations of managers, who thought they could fix any company in any industry, finally ran into a problem they couldn’t solve.

Facebook Bug Potentially Exposed Millions of Users' Unshared Photos

Facebook said unshared pictures of up to 6.8 million users may have been exposed by a software issue that granted app developers access to the photos, the latest in a series of privacy snafus at the social-media company.
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Facebook Bug Potentially Exposed Millions of Users' Unshared Photos

Facebook said unshared pictures of up to 6.8 million users may have been exposed by a software issue that granted app developers access to the photos, the latest in a series of privacy snafus at the social-media company.

Chinese Hackers Breach U.S. Navy Contractors

Chinese hackers are breaching Navy contractors to steal everything from ship-maintenance data to missile plans, triggering a top-to-bottom review of cyber vulnerabilities.
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Chinese Hackers Breach U.S. Navy Contractors

Chinese hackers are breaching Navy contractors to steal everything from ship-maintenance data to missile plans, triggering a top-to-bottom review of cyber vulnerabilities.

Why Apple Chose Austin, Seattle and Culver City for Its New Jobs Push

Apple’s plan to add thousands of jobs in Austin, Texas, San Diego, Seattle and Culver City, Calif., sketches out a road map toward a future reliant on services and higher-priced devices.
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Why Apple Chose Austin, Seattle and Culver City for Its New Jobs Push

Apple’s plan to add thousands of jobs in Austin, Texas, San Diego, Seattle and Culver City, Calif., sketches out a road map toward a future reliant on services and higher-priced devices.

Making of a Computer-Generated Influencer

Social media’s so-called influencers have become sought-after brand ambassadors, with millions of followers and lucrative advertising deals. Now, the computer-generated Miquela Sousa character is testing the power of online celebrity.
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Making of a Computer-Generated Influencer

Social media’s so-called influencers have become sought-after brand ambassadors, with millions of followers and lucrative advertising deals. Now, the computer-generated Miquela Sousa character is testing the power of online celebrity.

GE to Sell Part of Digital Business

General Electric reached a deal to sell off part of its GE Digital business and set aside the rest in a separate company, as the conglomerate narrows its focus and scales back its software ambitions.
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GE to Sell Part of Digital Business

General Electric reached a deal to sell off part of its GE Digital business and set aside the rest in a separate company, as the conglomerate narrows its focus and scales back its software ambitions.

'Smash Bros.' Cures Nintendo of the Summertime Blues

The holiday season is looking merrier for Nintendo after a difficult summer, thanks to a hot-selling new “Super Smash Bros.” game and early signs that its Switch console is selling better.
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'Smash Bros.' Cures Nintendo of the Summertime Blues

The holiday season is looking merrier for Nintendo after a difficult summer, thanks to a hot-selling new “Super Smash Bros.” game and early signs that its Switch console is selling better.

Amazon Invasion in New York and Virginia Will Be a Slow One

Amazon’s announcement that it will bring 25,000 new jobs each to New York and Northern Virginia sparked a frenzy of activity. Lost in the commotion: It will take many years, if not a decade, before residents see an army of Amazon employees invading their ci
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Amazon Invasion in New York and Virginia Will Be a Slow One

Amazon’s announcement that it will bring 25,000 new jobs each to New York and Northern Virginia sparked a frenzy of activity. Lost in the commotion: It will take many years, if not a decade, before residents see an army of Amazon employees invading their cities.

Apple Plans Billion-Dollar Texas Campus in Wave of New Sites

Apple plans to invest $1 billion to build a new campus in Austin that could create 15,000 jobs, as it aims to make good on promises to boost contributions to the economy.
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Apple Plans Billion-Dollar Texas Campus in Wave of New Sites

Apple plans to invest $1 billion to build a new campus in Austin that could create 15,000 jobs, as it aims to make good on promises to boost contributions to the economy.

Kill Your Wi-Fi Dead Zones! The Best Mesh Systems for Your Home

No Wi-Fi in the attic? Or basement? Joanna Stern tested six mesh Wi-Fi routers to find the best system to blanket your house or apartment in Wi-Fi.
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Kill Your Wi-Fi Dead Zones! The Best Mesh Systems for Your Home

No Wi-Fi in the attic? Or basement? Joanna Stern tested six mesh Wi-Fi routers to find the best system to blanket your house or apartment in Wi-Fi.

Lam Research CEO Resigns Amid Misconduct Investigation

Lam Research Chief Executive Martin Anstice has resigned after allegations of misconduct in the workplace, and the company has named its operating chief, Tim Archer, as his successor.
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Lam Research CEO Resigns Amid Misconduct Investigation

Lam Research Chief Executive Martin Anstice has resigned after allegations of misconduct in the workplace, and the company has named its operating chief, Tim Archer, as his successor.

Canadian Authorities Arrest CFO of Huawei Technologies at U.S. Request

Canadian authorities arrested Huawei Technologies’ chief financial officer at the request of the U.S. government for alleged violations of Iranian sanctions, the latest move by Washington to crack down on the Chinese cellular-technology giant.
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Canadian Authorities Arrest CFO of Huawei Technologies at U.S. Request

Canadian authorities arrested Huawei Technologies’ chief financial officer at the request of the U.S. government for alleged violations of Iranian sanctions, the latest move by Washington to crack down on the Chinese cellular-technology giant.

Facebook Board Backs Sandberg's Handling of Soros Research

Facebook’s board threw its support behind Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, calling her request to probe whether the investor shorted the company’s stock “entirely appropriate.”
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Facebook Board Backs Sandberg's Handling of Soros Research

Facebook’s board threw its support behind Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, calling her request to probe whether the investor shorted the company’s stock “entirely appropriate.”

Facebook's Zuckerberg at Center of Emails Released by Parliament

The U.K. Parliament released internal Facebook emails that lawmakers said show how executives at the social-media company, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, gave some developers special access to user data and contemplated charging developers for data access.
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Facebook's Zuckerberg at Center of Emails Released by Parliament

The U.K. Parliament released internal Facebook emails that lawmakers said show how executives at the social-media company, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg, gave some developers special access to user data and contemplated charging developers for data access.

New York Police Unveil Drone Program

The NYPD is buying 14 drones to assist officers in rescue missions, traffic- crash investigations and large events, but civil-liberty advocates worry the technology may be abused.
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New York Police Unveil Drone Program

The NYPD is buying 14 drones to assist officers in rescue missions, traffic- crash investigations and large events, but civil-liberty advocates worry the technology may be abused.

Google Suspends Two Mobile Apps After Reports of Ad Fraud

Google has suspended two apps from its Google Play app store belonging to two Chinese developers—Cheetah Mobile and Kika Tech—amid allegations that the products could have been used in an ad fraud scheme.
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Google Suspends Two Mobile Apps After Reports of Ad Fraud

Google has suspended two apps from its Google Play app store belonging to two Chinese developers—Cheetah Mobile and Kika Tech—amid allegations that the products could have been used in an ad fraud scheme.

GOP Campaign Committee Was Victim of Cyberattack

The campaign arm for Republican Party congressional candidates fell victim to a cyberattack in April by an unidentified intruder who had access to confidential emails belonging to officials at the organization.
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GOP Campaign Committee Was Victim of Cyberattack

The campaign arm for Republican Party congressional candidates fell victim to a cyberattack in April by an unidentified intruder who had access to confidential emails belonging to officials at the organization.

Part Tablet, Part Laptop: Make Your Next Computer a Slate PC

Meet the best of a new generation of laptop-tablet hybrids—let’s call them slates—now with better technology and better software designed just for them.
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Part Tablet, Part Laptop: Make Your Next Computer a Slate PC

Meet the best of a new generation of laptop-tablet hybrids—let’s call them slates—now with better technology and better software designed just for them.

Marriott's Starwood Faulted on Earlier Hack, Experts Say

Marriott says it responded quickly when it learned in recent weeks of a colossal theft of customer data, but cybersecurity specialists say the company missed a significant chance to halt the breach years earlier.
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Marriott's Starwood Faulted on Earlier Hack, Experts Say

Marriott says it responded quickly when it learned in recent weeks of a colossal theft of customer data, but cybersecurity specialists say the company missed a significant chance to halt the breach years earlier.

Data Breach at Q&A Site Quora Affects 100 Million

The website, which lets users ask and answer almost any question, said that the hackers gained access to users’ names, email addresses and direct messages.
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Data Breach at Q&A Site Quora Affects 100 Million

The website, which lets users ask and answer almost any question, said that the hackers gained access to users’ names, email addresses and direct messages.

Tencent Music Moves Forward With IPO After Delay

Tencent Music Entertainment is moving forward with its plans for an initial public offering in the U.S. after pausing the process a couple of months ago because of a stock-market selloff.
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Tencent Music Moves Forward With IPO After Delay

Tencent Music Entertainment is moving forward with its plans for an initial public offering in the U.S. after pausing the process a couple of months ago because of a stock-market selloff.

Qualcomm Won't Revive NXP Deal, After White House Flags China Concession

Qualcomm ruled out a revival of its erstwhile takeover deal for NXP Semiconductors, a day after the White House said China would reconsider the merger as part of the truce in their broad trade battle.
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Qualcomm Won't Revive NXP Deal, After White House Flags China Concession

Qualcomm ruled out a revival of its erstwhile takeover deal for NXP Semiconductors, a day after the White House said China would reconsider the merger as part of the truce in their broad trade battle.

Huawei to Complete Network Project Despite Opposition

Chinese telecom giant Huawei will complete construction of an internet network in Papua New Guinea despite opposition from Australia, Japan and the U.S., after the Pacific nation dismissed cyberspying worries.
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Huawei to Complete Network Project Despite Opposition

Chinese telecom giant Huawei will complete construction of an internet network in Papua New Guinea despite opposition from Australia, Japan and the U.S., after the Pacific nation dismissed cyberspying worries.

Silicon Valley's Stock Exchange Meets SEC Roadblock

The Long-Term Stock Exchange—a market for the nation’s hottest startups–was opposed by a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Silicon Valley's Stock Exchange Meets SEC Roadblock

The Long-Term Stock Exchange—a market for the nation’s hottest startups–was opposed by a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Amazon, With Little Fanfare, Emerges as Advertising Giant

Its push is happening online, on devices such as FireTV and on delivery boxes, challenging the big ad sellers, including Facebook, Google and TV networks. Marketers are conflicted between wanting the company’s data and fearing it as a competitor.
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Amazon, With Little Fanfare, Emerges as Advertising Giant

Its push is happening online, on devices such as FireTV and on delivery boxes, challenging the big ad sellers, including Facebook, Google and TV networks. Marketers are conflicted between wanting the company’s data and fearing it as a competitor.

Apple's App Store Under Fire in Supreme Court Case

The tech giant’s exclusive market for selling iPhone apps came under fire at the Supreme Court, as justices considered whether consumers can proceed with a lawsuit claiming the company has an illegal monopoly.
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Apple's App Store Under Fire in Supreme Court Case

The tech giant’s exclusive market for selling iPhone apps came under fire at the Supreme Court, as justices considered whether consumers can proceed with a lawsuit claiming the company has an illegal monopoly.

After Amazon HQ2, Some Lawmakers Question Nondisclosure Requirements

The competition for Amazon HQ2 has thrust nondisclosure agreements into the spotlight, leading some officials to question whether they would sign them in the future.
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After Amazon HQ2, Some Lawmakers Question Nondisclosure Requirements

The competition for Amazon HQ2 has thrust nondisclosure agreements into the spotlight, leading some officials to question whether they would sign them in the future.

Amazon, With Little Fanfare, Emerges as an Advertising Giant

Its push is happening online, on devices such as FireTV and on delivery boxes, challenging the big ad sellers, including Facebook, Google and TV networks. Marketers are conflicted between wanting the company’s data and fearing it as a competitor.
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Amazon, With Little Fanfare, Emerges as an Advertising Giant

Its push is happening online, on devices such as FireTV and on delivery boxes, challenging the big ad sellers, including Facebook, Google and TV networks. Marketers are conflicted between wanting the company’s data and fearing it as a competitor.